Benefits Of Islam

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Benefits of Islam

Islam is a monotheistic religion that is characterized by submission to God as well as to the last prophet known as Muhammad. There are quite a number of benefits of Islam and the following article will discuss some of them.

1. Better understanding of the creator

Through Islam, you are going to have a much better understanding of Allah. You will be capable of identifying Him as well as His role in your life. Aside from that, you will also be capable of communicating with Him any time you choose. Islam also assists an individual to know their roots as well as the reason why they are on earth. This is because it provides great answers to different philosophical questions.

2. Loyalty to Allah

Due to the first benefit of Islam in which you have better knowledge of Allah, you allegiance, obedience and loyalty will be to Allah only. You will undeniably put all your trust in Allah and follow Him prior to following anyone else.

3. Develops peace

Another important benefit of Islam is that it develops harmony, peace, happiness and tranquility among the members, their families and the rest of the world. Keep in mind that the main source of universal peace is Allah.

4. Better health

As an endorsement of the third benefit, you are also going to do away with all the additional electrostatic charges from the nervous system through doing the daily Salah. By grounding yourself, you discharge additional charges in the ground. Because of performing the Salah daily, you are going to do away with most neurological diseases in the body.

The only disadvantage of Islam is that it allows for arranged marriages in which there might be conflicts of interest between the two parties. This usually occurs when the parents are not considering their children but they want to advance their own needs.

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  1. mustafa

    October 26, 2010 9:09 pm

    i like to thank you very much for this great article. however i would like to point out a misconception about arranged marriages in islam mentioned in the article. arranged marriage did not come from islam but rather came from cultures of certain regions in which some are inhabited by muslims and did not come from the religion itself. One of the conditions of marriage in islam is that both the man and woman must agree and islam does not permit forced marriage where one or both the parties dont want the marriage to take place. if forced marriage is done by some people then it is against the rules of islam and as is obvious one must not judge the religion on the actions of some of its followers for there are all sorts of different humans in the world but must judge it on its teachings and truth. The problem of many failed marriages is the fact they are forced and not that they are arranged. For even in arranged marriages the two spouses meet and get to know each other before deciding wether or not they want the marriage to take place, it is simply that they are brought to meet each other through parents. Islam permits non arranged and arranged marriages as long as the conditions are met, one of which ( and an important one) is that both parties freely and willingly accept themselves (and not due to pressure.). If possible it would be very honouring and a great favour to all muslims to change this misconception in the article. May Allah bless you
    Thanking you in advance

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